The Frank Kubo Collection, 1910s-1960s, focuses on the leisure and business activities of a group of Japanese Americans from Seattle, Washington. Included are photographs of Seattle landmarks, Tsutakawa Company and Furuya Company picnics and camping trips, and Pacific Market, a Japanese American operated grocery store on Jackson Street in Seattle. Also featured are several photographs of Lotus group performances in Nippon Kan Theatre. The Lotus group was an association of young members of the Seattle Buddhist Church. In addition to photographs, this collection also consists of memoirs written by Frank Kubo that detail his life from childhood through the 1960s.
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157 photographic prints, black and white; 1 document
Courtesy of Frank Kubo